Speeches and messages from LIDs 35th anniversary, November 28, 1940, in the Hotel Edison, New York. Includes pieces by Norman Thomas, John Dewey, Upton Sinclair and others HX81 Topic: Socialism -- United States. Labor and laboring classes -- United States.
Speeches and messages from LIDs 35th anniversary, November 28, 1940, in the Hotel Edison, New York. Includes pieces by Norman Thomas, John Dewey, Upton Sinclair and others Topics: socialism, liberalism, labor unions
byThomas, Norman, 1884-1968. Seidman, Joel Isaac, 1906- ;
Norman Thomas expresses his reservations about the Soviet Union in the wake of the Nazi-Soviet pact DK267 Topic: Soviet Union -- Politics and government -- 1917-1936. Soviet Union -- Social conditions. Soviet...
Covers the proceedings of the 70th annual conference of the League for Industrial Democracy ... held in New York City on May 2 and 3, 1975. Speakers include Tom Kahn, Carl Gershman, Roy Wilkins and Michael Novak JK2261 Topic: Political parties -- United States -- Congresses. Minorities -- United States -- Congresses. United...
byKaratnycky, Adrian; Motyl, Alexander J; Sturmthal, Adolf Fox
Comparative view of the labor movement in industrialized democracies and the Eastern bloc HD6657 Topics: Labor unions -- Europe. Labor unions -- Europe, Eastern. Civil rights -- Europe. Labor and laboring...
An overview of the labor movement in most of the developed countries in the seven years after World War II. Note the splits between communist and anti-communist grouped around the WFTU and ICFTU, respectively. HD6483 Topic: Labor unions.